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NT/Unix Interoperability Chat May 4

Join guest Jeremy Allison for a one-hour chat on NT and Unix interoperability issues, and win prizes.

Get your questions ready for guest Jeremy Allison, who'll be on hand during a special one-hour live chat on NT and Unix interoperability. Jeremy is lead developer on the Samba Team, which is developing Open Source Windows services for Unix systems. He's also the author of our May cover story, "The Strength of Teamwork: Integrating NT and Linux through Samba," which you can read online at http://www.mcpmag.com/members/current/fea1main.asp.

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